getting better :)

No run for me today decided to go up a small local hill instead, Moel Famau, only a little over 1,800 ft. Despite the rain that turned into snow that turned into hail and the cold, cold wind it was a lovely walk. i did find it hard going but my recover was really quick when i got to the top and again when i got back to the car. i must be doing something right! this time last year it would have taken longer to get up, never mind to recover.

Happy running :)


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8 Replies

  • I used to get dragged up Moel Famau as a youngster growing un N Wales (mum and dad still there).

    Not flat boring Cambridgeshire where I am now :(

  • Ha ha I'm exiled in Cambs too. The ONLY good thing about Cambridgeshire is the lack of anything resembling a mild incline (from a runner's point of view anyway!).

  • I love that hill! There's a nice walk starting at Loggerheads. Or you could try this which is tons of fun

    I ran it last year and loved it :)

  • i have never walked from Loggerheads but it is pn my do to list! but not running lol happy running :)

  • I love it when you can tell how much running improves your fitness for other parts of your life. You'll be running this hill soon!

  • I don't think so! it takes me all i have to walk! We were past by a jogger on our way down! definitely not for me ....... never say never though :D happy running

  • It's totally do-able! I did last year's race 6 months after finishing c25k, having gradually built up my running distance plus plenty of running off road and hillwalking. Thought I'd be last but came just over halfway down the field (and in the top 25 women because there weren't so many of us girls, so that felt great!)

    I dare you ;)

  • My only Hill is the bridge between Godmanchester and Huntingdon :)

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